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Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice

The Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice is an important actual and virtual gathering place for lawyers practicing in every sector and serving in government and academia. 

What Is Administrative Law?

About Us

Learn more about administrative law directly from our members! View testimonials, and read articles written by administrative law practitioners about what they do.

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Become a Section Member

As the home for lawyers who work for, interact with, or study government entities, our Section seeks to enhance their professional development, and further the vital public interest in effective, efficient, and fair administration at all levels of government.

FY 2024 Section Leadership

Congratulations to the FY24 Administrative Law Section Officers, Council Members, and Committee Leaders! Please visit our Leadership Page to learn more.

ABA's Proposed Guidance: Federal Government Lawyer Participation in Professional Bar Activities

In 2019, the ABA sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen urging the Justice Department to issue new government-wide guidance—based on the ABA’s Proposed Guidance—allowing government lawyers to participate more fully in the ABA and other legal professional associations.

Read the Letter

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Section Resources

Law Students

Looking for a jump start to your legal career?

Look no further than the Section of Administrative Law! Learn about the special law student benefits that come with membership including publishing, leadership, and networking opportunities.

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Contact Us

Anne Kiefer, Section Director, (P) 202-662-1690, (E) [email protected] Rebecca McAdoo, Program Specialist, (P) 202-662-1528, (E) [email protected]